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Norway! Keep up with vegetarian trends!

A recent analysis shows that Norway still has untapped potential when it comes to developing its own plant-based products using local ingredients.

The long road from Arctic science to international law

The second meeting of the Parties to the Minamata Convention on Mercury takes place this week in Switzerland. The road to the international convention took almost 15 years and is significantly influenced by Arctic research and Norwegian efforts.

Computer games could help children cope with diabetes

…but they need to be good enough that kids want to play over and over again, says the researcher behind the game.

Researchers use drones to photograph seaweeds: The tidal zone from a bird’s-eye view

Drones are the future for nature mapping and monitoring. They provide 1,000 times better image resolution than satellites and one million times more data points, says Kasper Hancke, marine biologist at Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA).

Doctors are not using summary care records as intended

Most Norwegian doctors do not use the Norwegian summary care record to find critical information, such as allergies. Instead, they use the journal to search for the patient's medicines.

Diabetes patients want more information about research

Research shows that diabetes patients do not just want to receive information about nutrition, but are also interested in learning about research and innovation. A new project will investigate how this can be done via social media.

Developing new genomic resources for Nile tilapia fish breeding

New resources could improve breeding programs of this important aquaculture species.

Making smart technology available to children with functional disabilities

Various apps and tools can make the daily lives of children and young adults easier and more enjoyable. However, more needs to be done before municipalities can offer these solutions.

Home monitoring of COPD patients could lead to fewer hospital admissions

New technology enables patients to self-test to find out whether the disease has progressed.

Smart sensor technology could mean better sausage and chips

Full temperature control leads to better sausages, and control of water content means better chips: new study.
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